Milan is the capital of the Lombardy region and one of the most populous cities in Italy. It is a legitimate argument that the beauty of Milan is inexhaustible, but there has to be a starting point for sure. Check out the infographic and find out the best things you can experience in Milan.
See which global airlines have uniforms created by top fashion designers.
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The city of Baltimore is surrounded by a variety of destinations that are perfect for families to visit and explore during the summer. We’ve listed the top 15 destinations that are only an hour to three hours away from Baltimore that makes these locations the best day trips from Baltimore for family and friends. From beaches to historical sites, you can plan our your summer to visit these great destinations and still be home in time to put the kids to bed. Print or save this infographic from ezStorage as a reference when you’re looking to planning quick and easy, one day getaway.
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Layovers are really annoying, especially when you’re travelling on vacation. You just want to start your holiday instead of having to wait around for a flight in a place you didn’t pay to go to in the first place. But, a stopover can provide the perfect opportunity to sample a new culture and even preview prospective new destinations for your next big holiday. So here’s an infographic detailing the best places to have a stopover and what to do there.
Traveling is a pain, and it causes pain too! I have never experienced any travel pain, but I have experienced the pain of traveling. Okay, I’m done with one-liners.
I’m sure anyone reading this has experienced a flight delay. Those are not fun. I Recently had a connecting flight in El Paso, Texas from Phoenix, Arizona. When I arrived to el Paso I saw that my flight was delayed 3 hours–I was livid! There were about 50 people arriving in the lively city of El Paso and they all came to the same horrible realization. I could tell that things were about to get ugly. Luckily since so many people were being delayed, they extended happy hour at the bar for the next 3 hours, half-priced drinks! We were quite a social group we all got to know each others lives over a few drinks. Turns out the band that plays with the singer Kimbra was delayed with the same flight and they had their instruments and played a little singalong that was amazing.
All of a sudden, about 2 hours into the delay, we began hearing our names over the intercom. Each person who was delayed received a free plane ticket to any destination in the continental United States! After we were feeling airport tipsy we all headed to our gate where all the seats were already taken, so we sat on the floor and started a massage circle! It was the greatest way to treat the pain of traveling. [via]
Have you been lusting over Pinterest pictures of Barcelona recently? Or dreaming of a chance meeting with the elves in Iceland? Maybe the undertaking of planning your backpacking trip across Europe has left you exhilarated, but at the same time, feeling a bit like a caricature of ‘the ignorant American’.
Have no fear! Today’s infographic shows us fifty things that will make us all more culturally aware of the countries we visit and better travelers in general. For starters, it’s not a bad idea to know the names of at least eight cathedrals or churches in Europe; also, know that Russians like their vodka straight — no mixers, please.
Be sure to know the difference in personal space in South and North America — South Americans like to get close when engaging in conversation, while North Americans may view this behavior as an invasion of personal space; wear clothes with lots of pockets when boarding a flight (if pockets are utilized correctly you could find yourself with an extra carry-on!); and go ahead and memorize your passport number — this can come in handy when you’re checking into your hotel, or renting a car, or when you’re filling out your customs form on the flight home and the exact location of your passport in your oversized/overstuffed bag escapes you.
Before you score a plane ticket, check out today’s infographic, and bask in your new-found knowledge of the world. [Via]